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                                “Fire & Fury” recalls the different phases of each eruption at Kilauea Volcano and includes eyewitness accounts of the awesome sights and terrible destruction wrought by the volcano as fountains of fire spewed from newly birthed vents and slow-moving flows consumed entire villages and subdivisions.

Star-Advertiser keepsake book on historic Kilauea eruption now available

Star-Advertiser keepsake book on historic Kilauea eruption now available

Things We Love

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                                A selection of Day of the Dead items from Ross Dress for Less.
Things We Love: Halloween edition

A shortlist of newly discovered stuff you have got to see, hear, wear, use or eat, written by staffers from the Star-Advertiser. Read more

She Speaks

She Speaks: Hawaii ghost tales, frightful films fuel lifelong love of Halloween

October is my favorite time of the year — not only because I can buy just about anything flavored with pumpkin spice (lattes, malasadas and gelatos) — but also because Halloween is just around the corner. Read more

In the Lineup

In the Lineup: Ownership aside, Tonggs sea wall belongs to surfers

Nowadays, I also get glares from vacation renters in the waterfront houses. ­Every time I walk the wall I miss the warm, neighborly local families who lived here before. Read more

Five-0 Redux

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                                McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin), right, and his partner Danny (Scott Caan), left, are forced to enlist imprisoned hacker Aaron Wright (Joey Lawrence) to help when a young girl is reportedly kidnapped. Upon rescue, they discover the culprits are dead, but the girl is safe and not who she claims to be.
Five-0 Redux: ‘Hawaii Five-0’ tracks sly spy as McGarrett’s love life kicks into gear

McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) and his partner Danny (Scott Caan) are forced to enlist imprisoned hacker Aaron Wright (Joey Lawrence) to help when a young girl is reportedly kidnapped. Read more

On the Scene

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                                Paul Brown poses for a portrait on October 7 at the Star-Advertiser studio in Honolulu.
On the Scene: Hairstylist Paul Brown looks back at a storied career in Hawaii

San Francisco born-and-raised Paul Brown was 12 when he cut his hair and discovered he was good at it. Now, he’s in Hawaii with his own salon. Read more

Garden Party

Hawaii Kai duo grow an oasis that benefits the body and soul

The garden keeps them busy but provides plenty of benefits for this engaging couple. Read more

Hawaii Gardens

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                                To speed up germination, nick or scarify wiliwili seeds and soak in warm water for 24 hours. Then plant in a pot of potting mix and water daily.
Hawaii Gardens: Native Hawaiian wiliwili tree thrives in hot dryland forests

We need to all work together to reverse the climate change. So, let’s plant a tree or two, and may I suggest wiliwili? Read more

K-­Drama

K-Drama: Dal-gun gets key evidence in ‘Vagabond’

This week’s synopses of Korean dramas televised on KBFD TV. Read more

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                                Divers stand upon a floating Apollo.
Rearview Mirror: Ford Island resident recovered space capsules as secret mission

Wendy Tolleson told me recently that her father, Navy Capt. Robert T. Tolleson, was the primary recovery officer for all the Gemini and Apollo space missions in the Pacific. Read more

Briefs

Benefit seeks to help Kauai lifeguards save more lives

Ticket sales for the Ocean Safety Bureau and the Kauai Lifeguard Association’s fifth annual fundraiser on July 27, have been slower than usual. Read more

Show Biz

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                                Nake‘u Awai, left, and Jack Cione are two veteran events producers that have logged more than 100 years of staging shows in separate platforms in Hawaii.
Show Biz: Jack Cione, Nake‘u Awai to produce 2 entertaining events

Two veteran events producers — logging more than 100 years of staging shows in separate platforms in Hawaii — continue to keep ’em coming. Read more

Wood Craft

Longtime entertainment writer Ben Wood says ‘aloha’

Longtime entertainment writer Ben Wood, approaching his 86th birthday, recalls his colorful newspaper career as he steps back from his regular column. Read more

Book Reviews

‘Hawai‘i Movie and Television Book’ chronicles local contributions

A new 2018 edition of the book adds 13 classic films, along with feature films, TV shows and documentaries released since the original version was published in 2015. Read more

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